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this little park to be inundated by this type of commercial development is really unacceptable. >> mark: we have a fight over a new kind of fun. plans for a high-flying zip line adventure have a community up in arms, though. those two kids are so, so precious. excellent teachers, both of them. >> kelly: prayers and support tonight for two teachers who are fighting for their lives after they were hit by a drunk driver. this election is going to determine america. >> yeah, all the more reason to get out and vote. a close look tonight at 10:00 at the biggest races drawing early
>> mark: good evening. i'm mark wilson. >> kelly: i'm kelly ring. a proposed zip line add venture is going up in largo and has some neighbors angered going sky high. it's to put it inside the highland recreational complex, but many tonight say it's no good and they want it moved somewhere else. josh cascio is live in largo tonight where a public meeting was just held on this idea. a lot of tension over this, josh. >> reporter: yeah, kelly. there's a myriad of reasons neighbors around this park don't want this ropes course from the noise to potentially their home values going down. some say the idea of this rope course and sdzip line isn't a b one. they don't want it here. if you build it, they will come, but that's the concern for some largo residents like donna mcpherson. >> i don't want them in my little city park area. >> reporter: whether it comes
inside the highlands rec complex, a public park. >> who knows what will happen to home values when this noisy thing coming in. >> reporter: they want to install high off the ground road courses and a zipline over the park similar to what you see here. barry woodward lives across the park and proposed zip line landing zone. >> we are on the front line, yes. >> reporter: he's so angry with the idea he put up this sign complete with the salute. >> we're trying to relay our feelings without being too offensive. the first thing they want to do is relieve themselves. that's 300 yards that way or my fence or the tree. >> reporter: tempers continue to flare at a public meeting monday inside city hall to discuss the proposed course. >> our house is right here. >> reporter: the city says it would make 50,000 to $80,000 ft first year alone on the climbing
>> it's great for tourism and great for the community and park. >> that would be the place to have it. >> reporter: len erwin agrees. he was ready to climb up. >> i believe to make recreational opportunities available to family members is important in the community. >> reporter: certainly a hotly contested debate. kelly, we know the city commission will vote on september 6th. back to you. >> kelly: josh reporting for us thank you. >> mark: one of two beloved bay area music teachers has passed away tonight after they were hit by a drunk driver. caroline sine died. the couple was returning home from a date late saturday nine and early sunday morning when they were hit. 31-year-old bryce mccloud was the one that ran a red light in pinellas park and plowed intur their car. sean broke his back, suffered a number of head injuries. bryce mccloud was arrested for dui with serious bodily injury.
second dui. scene's parents want to know why he was allowed behind the wheel in the first place. >> they get chances, and the people they kill, they don't gill any more chances nor their families. >> mark: mccloud is held on $50,000 bond. in light of the news this evening, that could certainly be upgraded to dui manslaughter because one of these victims passed away, as i said. if he makes bail, he has to wear a gps measures the alcohol intake. this happened before 1:30 this morning at the circle-k on glenn harwell road many plant city. the suspect causally walks in with a cell phone against his ear and pulled out a silver and black handgun and demands money. deputies believe he took off in a dark-colored hatchback. if you think you recognize him, call the hillsborough county sheriff's office. >> kelly: in one hour an
effect in milwaukee. two nights of rioting have left 11 police officers wounded, 14 people under arrest and several businesses burned. the trouble started on saturday after a police officer shot and killed a black man who allegedly had a gun in his hand and refused to comply with orders. fox 13's chris kato joins us with more. chris. >> reporter: the state of wisconsin is investigating that shooting on saturday. again, though, tonight tensions are very high on the north side leaders are calling for an end to the violence, and so far tonight things have been quiet, especially compared to last night when police officers tried to dodge bricks, bottling, rocks, many other things that were thrown by angry crowds. 11 officers were injured, three squad cars damaged and one was set on fire. the rioters were protesting the police shooting death of 23-year-old sylville smith.
and saturday's shooting was just the spark. >> we have inescapable poverty in the city of milwaukee. milwaukee is like the sixth poorest city in america. you have massive black unemployment. i think it's at 32%. you have a failing k-12 public education system. it's one of the worst in the nation. >> reporter: the wisconsin department of justice is investigating smith's death at the hanlds of that milwaukee officer also black. the police chief says there is body camera incident, and he says it shows that smith had a gun in his hand when he turned toward the officer after the officer had ordered him to stop. smith was allegedly fleeing from a traffic stop at the time. the mayor is actually urging the state to release that body camera video now, which would be against the state's normal operations when it's investigating something like that. now, today the mayor also moved up the citywide sur few for teens from 11:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and expanded it to include
was 16. he's calling on parents, guardians and community leaders to keep the young people off the streets tonight. >> mark: thanks very much. new at 10:00 after a three-year battle over homelessness in st. pete, a federal appellate court sided with the city today. it involves a homeless advocate arrested for trespassing at williams park in 2013. police arrested him for interfering with the arrest of a man who had a warrant. the federal appeals court ruled today his first amendment rights. he's a vocal critic of how police deal with the homeless. wright says it's not over, though. he plans to appeal to the u.s. supreme court. so as you know, it's election season. the primaries coming up august 30th, but early voting started today in hillsborough county. a slew of candidates are fighting in local races and democrats and republicans will decide if marco rubio will hold onto his senate seat. we get a first indication of
we're at the county center in downtown tampa. this is one of the most cloesly watched elections in many years. what are voters saying so far? >> reporter: well, mark, the energy from the presidential race appears to be filtering down to the senate and state and local races that we have going on. turnout is up significantly we can tell you during this first day of early voting, and most people we spoke to have clear-cut convictions on who they want to carry the mantle for their party. the candidates are counting on die-hard party faithful to get them to november. >> i supported who the president supported, actually. >> i voted for carlos. i'll tell you that. >> i went with greyson. >> rubio, yeah. >> reporter: this time around more are weighing in on the first day of early voting in 2012, 1256 went to the polls in hillsborough county. in 2014 that number was 1517.
15% increase from two elections ago. >> this election is going to determine america. >> even though people say that your voice doesn't count, it does. we've been proving that in the last two election cycles. >> reporter: on the republican side, linda supported marco rubio because she wants to see him run for president again. >> i don't think it was his time in the presidency. however, he's not going anyw supported carlos baruff who tried to adopt the trump mantle. when it came to the democratic side, one voter said she followed the president's example in supporting patrick murphy. philip wanted the opposite. >> that was a deterrent for me. >> reporter: in 2014 20,000 voted early and this time around
voters say it's informed sooner but to make sure you're ready for the main event. >> you want to beat the crowds, and there's no reason to wait. if there's an issue with your driver's license or identification, you have time to correct the issues. >> reporter: hillsborough county is one of the first counties across the entire state to start early voting. mark, i can tell you that most of the rest of our area begins this weekend. >> sounds good. thanks, evan. >> kelly: let the had you not begin. gator swing. >> it gets exciting when you gator in the lines. >> mark: it's not always fun and games, though. we follow these gator had you not hunters as they make the ultimate catch. a look at the challenges that thousands face tonight following this deadly storm. paul, what's going on? >> paul: 35 inches of rain in some spots in louisiana. we had storms near the coast and
so i fixed the law to make sure we are all empowered to rescue those who can not rescue themselves. that is the least we can do. after all the love they give. dana young for the florida senate. a return to common sense. some of the worst flooding since hurricane katrina has forced >> mark: some of the worst flooding since hurricane cat treen forced hundreds from their homes. the death toll remains at 6 but
deployed 15 volunteers already today, and they're going to head to the hardest-hit areas to try and help more displaced families. will carr is there, and he spoke with some families now in baton rogue. >> southern louisiana remains in a state of emergency tonight as crews continue to rescue stranded residents by helicopter, military vehicles large enough to drive through swamped neighborhoods and by boat. this man jumped in t woman and her dog as her car was swept away. >> get my dog! >> crews have rescued tens of thousands so far including claire de soto, her family and their three dogs. >> i'm heartbroken. i'm heartbroken. my home -- this is where i grew up. my grandmother and my grandfather and my aunt lived in that house.
>> reporter: others still refuse to leave her homes despite repeated pleas by authorities. >> any opportunity to get out, they need to get out. this is a long-term thing. the river has yet to crest. it's only going to get worse, so they really need to take heed and get out every opportunity again. >> reporter: more than 10,000 residents remain in shelters and area hotels are sold out and flooded interstates snarled traffic. president obama issued a disaster declaration for the area, but right now all eyes are on the weather. >> that's will carr reporting for us tonight. they want to salvage what they can. as one national guard member put it, recovery efforts are still days away. >> our thoughts and prayers are with them. just awful. paul was telling us this was the same system that affected us last week. >> not this past weekend, but the weekend before we had the
imagine for a second if that sat over us instead of over louisiana? it wasn't a named storm, but i tell you, it should have been. it actually developed over the marshes of louisiana and kind of feeding on all that moisture. it was incredible. today we had an active day with storms very late in the day primarily along the immediate west coast. not much of a see breeze today. look at this. we put it into motion. storms near lakeland early in the day. everything moving to the west-northwest and jumping over to the coastline. the storms were heavy at 4:00 and moved off the coast and moved away. it left a fantastic sky. here's a look at some of the storms as they moved over sarasota. this is another one of our summers of shelf clouds series from sarasota. that's pretty ominous. a couple of rounds of rain in sarasota, and then this in south
alert tonight. steven watts took this. another good shot from harold perez. this is pretty cool. little harbor. nice job, carmen. and this. look at that. it kind of looks like a dog. i'm not good at looking at clouds and looking at shapes, but kind of looks like a dog from diane matthews. sky on fire tonight, and now things are quiet, what's left of the rain moving to the west-northwest, and that's aut the deal today was not much of a sea breeze and the storms move along. by 5:00 a lot of it was already off the coastline. you can see there was not much of a sea breeze boundary along the immediate coast, and that's the case tomorrow, too, with the best chance of rain along and west of i-75 late in the day. temperatures now nothing unusual for this time of day. 85 in tampa, not much rain at all in tampa.
earlier. sarasota is 79, punta gorda has an 81. we become clear and sticky tonight. then tomorrow just another day with a string of afternoon storms between 4:00 and 8:00. they die down. i think they're back again on wednesday into thursday. this is just classic, you know, august weather. nothing unusual. the rain chances between 40% and 50% with minor variations day by day. no fronts heading our way at all and no upper level lows to give us more 50% rain chance primarily i-75 west, 40% moving east. there is a pretty healthy tropical wave way out on the coast of africa. i think it will probably develop. i think this could be a fish storm, meaning it stays over water. the models have it moving west-northwest. once a storm heads this way,
united states. so at this point it's early, but if it develops, i don't think it will be an impact to any significant land masses. 85, the dew point is 75 east-southeast winds at 3. the heat wave. you talk about the flooding in louisiana. that's been bad. the heat has been nonstop in the northeast, highs today 90 boston, 93 new york, 94 philly, row. we complain about the heat here. being in the nation's capital in july and august, it's tough. low spot down by the river. it's really a steam bath. they cool off in the next couple of days. satellite radar is quiet now. still some more rain in louisiana, but primarily back into texas. then it kind of curves along this front. more rain heading into new england tomorrow, and the highest probability of rain is
stuck front. forecast for tonight goes like this. we're becoming clear, and we're quiet. we're down to 78. late-day storms tomorrow moving right along. 91 for a high on wednesday, and more of the same. sunshine early, some afternoon storms and 91. we keep rain chances kind of stuck between 40% and 50%. phighs in the 90s and nighttime lows 75 to at 10:00, trump's proposal to keep our country safe and
i got shot down over vietnam and spent eleven months in
a pow camp. what donald trump said about our members of the military being captured is a disgrace. he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured. when you fly over enemy territory, the odds might be against you being able to come home. donald trump doesn't understand the weight of sending americans into harm's way.
changing the price of admission to the u-s and an ideological test >> kelly: changing the price of admission to the u.s. and an ideological test for immigrants. that's what donald trump wants to happen if he's elected president. it was parts of his speech today. >> as carl cameron shows us now he focused more on policy and less on provocation. >> reporter: with the republicans worried he's lagging behind hillary clinton, he
teleprompter speech how he will defeat isis and how she will not. >> hillary clinton's policies launched isis on the world's stage. incident after incident proves again and again hillary clinton lacks the judgment, as said by bernie sanders, stability, and temperament and the moral character to lead our nation. >> reporter: using what he called the three pillars, he says the u.s. will stand with any nation that stands against democracy on them. >> the era of nation building will be brought to a very swift and decisive end. >> reporter: he now says u.s. visas won't be issued in nations with suspect security practices and only foreigners that respect or ideology and pass tough screening will be admitted. >> i call it extreme vetting.
vet vetting. >> reporter: against isis he said we should partner with a adversary. >> i all believe we can find common ground with russia in the fight against isis. wouldn't that be a good thing? >> reporter: trump forcefully asserted today that the obama administration should have never got involved in egypt or libya. in 2011 he complained loudly that the u.s. was not getting involved enough. in youngstown, ohio, carl cameron, fox news. vice president joe biden teamed up with hillary clinton today in a rally today. thoughing they urged supporters to aggressive campaign until today. they criticized him for wanting to send more american troops overseas. still to come tonight, fraudsters picking the pockets of military families.
i got shot down over vietnam and spent eleven months in a pow camp. what donald trump said about our
members of the military being captured is a disgrace. he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured. when you fly over enemy territory, the odds donald trump doesn't understand the weight of sending americans into harm's way. he's unfit to be president.
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the marketing videos were slick... stacks of cash and fancy cars... available for people who became part of their sales >> mark: so the marketing videos were slick. what were they selling? the feds say seven centurion out of millions of dollars.ram - >> kelly: we spoke with the u.s. attorney at the of this massive federal investigation. >> this is truly a case of greedy fraudsters picking the pocket of military families. >> reporter: they say central florida, full of military families and retirees, became a hot spot for a scheme that spread like wildfire. >> the fraud was so rampant there was a fear on the part of the defense health agency that it might have trouble providing
families needed. >> reporter: at the center of the scheme? compounded prescriptions, custom-made medicines used with no other drug on the market can meet a patient's needs. but some compounding pharmacists discovered tri-care had a loophole. it would pay per ingredient without asking questions like why a patient needed a custom-made drug in the first place. intel tlooi loophole, they gave out creams like candy, very expensive candy. >> up to $20,000 for a tube of cream. >> they paid $2 billion for compound pharmaceuticals. they say that increase was due almost entirely to fraud. >> in many cases we can establish fraud because the doctor was writing the same prescription for every single
trifecta, compound pharmacies partnered with doctors to write their prescriptions and marketers that would steer tricare patients to the doctors. sometimes promoting the tubes as miracle creams or telling patients they could be paid just for trying it out. >> i do think that there were many patients who probably did not realize that they were part of a fraudulent scheme. there actually were many patients that came to us and said, i felt like wrong. >> reporter: investigators say marketers helped the scheme spread like wildfire. >> these are the wolves, seven powerful self-made investors worth millions. >> companies like seven turgeon marketing in pasco county used videos and media to recruit
they were armed with preprinted prescriptions. >> the of centurion operating with the knowledge that success is only valid if you pay it forward. >> reporter: in court filings they say it was not valid success but a network of kickbacks. they have already seized cars owned by the company head while the criminal investigations continue. >> let me assure you, if we're able to make out a case criminally, the overwhelming that they knew or must have known that what they were doing was wrong. >> reporter: tina jensen, fox 13 news. >> kelly: lawyers for centurion declined to comment. they have already recovered more than $50 million to settle allegations. the number is expected to grow, actually. they have begun to hand down criminal charges, and they expect more indictments in the
hotel within the past three months, look at your bank account. at least 20 hotels in the u.s. have been targeted by hackers including one of them in tampa. it's the intercontinental tampa on kennedy boulevard. authorities found malware on the payment processing systems. other affects that are -- other hotels are the hyatt, chariton in ten states. investigating but the breach has been contained. we continue to follow this developing story out of mexico. 10 to 12 people have been abducted at a popular resort restaurant. heavily armed men burst inside, grabbed the victims and took off in suvs. they do not believe the victims are tourists or are innocent bystanders. instead they suspect they are criminals tied to a much larger group. >> kelly: the florida department of health confirms two new locally transmitted
both were because of mosquito bites, and that brings the total number in that area of local transmissions to 30 in our state. there are 28 new travel-related cases today including one in hillsborough and one in polk county. meanwhile, in sarasota county a blood bank is stepping up the fight against zika trying to help everybody. the suncoast community's blood bank is using some new technology. they call it the intercept blood system. it works by flushing out blood platelets, and they're one of just a few banks in the bay area using this technology. >> here we have a system in place that's able to help us really make the blood supply safer. >> kelly: this machine will one day be used to help cancer and burn patients, and as of now, though, there's no technology to wipe out zika from regular donated blood. >> mark: tonight a state of emergency in california because of two major wildfires burning in the central and northern
at least 4,000 people are warned to evacuate. look at these flames. this video is something else. they have forced thousands of people from their homes. firefighters say more thn 200 homes have been ravaged. more than 4,000 acres are scorched and the fire is 5% contained. officials say strong winds are helping to fuel the flames as well. one fire is just 90 miles north of san francisco. >> in a matter of 20 or 30 minutes, you look around you, and there's black smoke and 12 different spots around you. >> you can see the flames and the smoke as we were leaving. >> the fire is burning in the same area hit by another destructive wildfire last september. it killed four people and destroyed more than 1300 homes. 5% contained. that's going to be something to watch in the next couple of days. >> kelly: yes, it is. they have a lot of work to do. the olympic games have been an emotional roller coaster for one family in florida. >> mark: have you heard about
edge in florida he's going to open a new campaign office in orlando. it's where it's opening that has so many people talking. a florida convenience store is trashed. we'll tell you what set off this tirade in a few minutes on the fox 13 11:00 news. a scary mishap in brazil when a camera fell 65 feet and landed in a crowd of people. at least two women were hurt by this. their injuries are not serious, thank goodness. the camera was hanging from cables just outside the basketball arena, and it just came down. whoa. >> mark: look out below. >> kelly: another olympic mishap concerning ryan lochte. tonight we hear details how he was rubbed at gunpoint. >> you hate this to happen to anybody. the details are from his dad. ryan told his family crooks impersonating police officers put a gun to his head and demanded cash.
central florida near daytona. that's steve lochte. he believes his son was targeted. ryan and two other swimmers were inside a cab and the fake officers pulled the cab over. thankfully he's fine, but his family calls it a traumatic experience. >> a gun put to your head and being robbed like that is a very traumatic experience to the individual. my advice to him from now on is to take the security, u.s. security that could be available to them if in a situation like rio. >> mark: ryan's father says he plans to take a short break from the water after the olympics. he'll be back in florida next week where he'll be welcomed with open arms. rays turn to tropicana field, the start of a long ten-game home stand starting tonight against the padres. dirk cutter calls him the
(kelly/ new at ten.. some area lakes are >> kelly: new at 10:00 tonight, some area lakes are busy places tonight. it's the first night of the state's gator hunting season. florida fish and wildlife conservation commission received about 1400 applications for this year's nearly 5,000 permits. >> mark: barry wong has a look from polk county. you got in nice little breeze, cooling down outside. you're kind of gliding along the water. a little bit of light out. so what we're trying to do right now is using this gators in distress call, and a lot of times the larger gators come to it. there's something right there. >> it's exciting with gator on the lines. >> it's controlled chaos for a little while. you can't muscle them in.
you pull it on them to hoard you pull it out. as it starts to get later we should see some movement. they'll move off the bank. they're usually up in that grass up on the banks during the daytime, and they will move out. you'll watch them and their heads come up and they move out. they come out to feed at night. the biggest one so far is 10 1/2 feet. they range from 8 1/2 to 10 1/2 in that range. every foot after they alm double in size, a 10-foot is almost twice the size of a 9-foot and up the same way. we end up with 35 to 40 pounds off a decent 8-foot gator of clean, ready to process meat. they have a fish taste to them, nd it depends on how you take care of the meat. when it's cut up and cubed up it's a firm meat like beef or pork. the closest thing is probably
out there. >> kelly: very pretty. >> mark: each permit allows them to harvest two alligators. you can only have 5,000 permits. >> and 14,000 people tried to get the permits. >> mark: the odds are you won't get one. >> kelly: a lot of people want to try for sure. hunting hours are 5:00 p.m. through 10:00 a.m., so you're out there in the middle of the night. that's scary. >> mark: that's when the gators come out to play, scott. >> that sounds like a nightmare. the starts out of their pitcher since the all-star break. drew smyly turned it around. tonight his fifth straight quality start back home kicking off a ten-game home stand against the pat dres. let's start with the offense and drew smyly with early run support. two-run shot puts the rays up 3-1.
better after he gave up an early home run. that was his only run or hit given up in seven innings of work. in the bottom of the eighth logan morrisson rips this down the first-base line. rbi double. duffy coming all the way home. the rays out to a 4-1 lead. looking good and feeling good. kevin tear meyer keiermaier wih two on. rays take game one of this home stand 8-2 tonight. just one practice this week at one buc. they hit the road wednesday for joint practices with the jack sil jaguars in jacksonville. the bucs and jags play their second preseason game on saturday. lamar dodson gets the contract extension he's waiting for. it's a three-year extension. not only is he the bucs longest
dirk koetter he's the bess offensive line in training camp. he says the big payday won't change a thing. >> circumstances may change, but i don't think me as a person will change a while lot. i grew up that you treat everybody the same. that's how i try to carry on my life, and whatever opportunity you get, you know, you just appreciate it and be thankful for it and keep moving on. i don't think that it changed a whole lot. >> time for the sports forecast where you dial up a bea five-day outlook of the games coming up. i predict the winners. at least i'll try. can you trust it. i picked the rays last monday, but here's the big red x of death. i win the gold medal for my olympic predictions. michael phelps in the 200 butterfly and preseason football don't matter and neither does that miss. had the yanks over the rays on friday. three out of five this week.
sprint is it done and already amazing. all a felix loss. i think blake snell will bounce back and pick the win against the padres bam hoke. the rowdies will have another win. thursday usain bolt will do it again. 200-meter, his best event. he will win the eighth career gold. really an easy pick there. the rays kick off friday against the rangers. rangers get the w in that opener. the rangers are the best team in the american league right now. they have cole hamels. he's the best pitcher. this is a tall test for the rays. tonight's rays with allyson felix, incredible finish. she dove across the finish line. beat her by that much. the american gets the silver, but she's still the most
burglaries in polk county leads deputies to believe the problem is much larger than first thought.... you'll see problem is much larger than first thought.... you'll see why tonight at eleven.??????? i got shot down over vietnam and spent eleven months in a pow camp. is a disgrace. he's a war hero because he was captured.
i like people that weren't captured. when you fly over enemy territory, the odds might be against you being able to come home. donald trump doesn't understand the weight of sending americans into harm's way. he's unfit to be president.
bradenton beach and that's a fox 13 umbrella winner for sure. if you want a chance to win an umbrella go to my facebook page. left-hand side on the kantor there's an app that says weather picture contest. upload the photo and put in the correct information. we give an umbrella away monday through friday around 10:55. showers are done tonight. the east wind really moved across the state, and there was not much of a sea breeze were offshore, and they're continues to move away. they're pretty much done. kind of futurecast indicates that. the winds tomorrow are primarily from the east and northeast. i think another day where if we get some rain late in the day, it's not going to last very long, and the best chance of rain will be along and west of i-75. it's probably the same trend on wednesday into thursday as well
no northeast wind across the peninsula. the forecast in detail for tomorrow goes to rain chances up to 40% by 4:00, and temperatures then at about 91 degrees. back to you guys. >> thank you, paul. coming up, she may be small but her voice is anything but. ? and the rocket's red glare ? >> mark: not bad. she hit it. how her voice is setting a record all for a introducing dunkin's new cold brew coffee, steeped slowly in cold water for small batches with an ultra-smooth, full-bodied flavor. discover the craft of cold brew today and keep on. america runs on dunkin'.
so you can enjoy them any type of way, any time of day. that's breakfast whenevs. south tampa drivers--- if america runs on dunkin'. you were wondering why there was a backup on pla >> mark: south tampa drivers, if you wonder why there was a backup on flat street. it's because they were filming for an independent movie called "no postage necessary." it's shot entirely in hillsborough county, and let our cameras inside the tavern today while the filming was done. at least one actor sdrieed it as a dramatic comedy with a mix of espionage. the crew is made up of 300 locals. filming should continue through most of august. anxious to see it. >> kelly: exciting. >> mark: an 11-year-old girl stunned the crowd in more ways than one when she sang a national anthem during a ball game in washington, d.c. >> kelly: her voice really
record. watch this. ? and the rocket's red glare ? ? the bombs bursting in air ? ? >> kelly: isn't she something? on friday during this ball game she completed a wild journey singing 80 national anthems in 80 countries. the whole tour took her nine months. of course, it meant learning national anthems in 41 different languages, and here's what she told a reporter about that challenge. >> it takes a lot of practice to memorize them and sing them. a lot of the time i got people native to the country to help me with the national anthem. to help me learn it and pronounce it right. >> kelly: that's fantastic. she's capri everett. she sang the anthems to raise money for sos children's villages. it's an organization helping orphan children in 134 countries. good for her.
hear more of her to sing. >> kelly: time for the 11:00 news. >> first cynthia and chris. take it away. at 11:00 a crime ring in your own backyard. >> the car dealerships are the latest target of a group of thieves. >> it's not an isolated incident but a continuing pattern. >> as the search continues for these suspects, how they could be connected to a string of dealership burglaries across the area. guys told me old man you need to take your [ bleep ] back in the having a riot out here. >> a curfew is in effect for teens in milwaukee as police brace for another night of possible violence. >> he gets people excited just by himself without having to open it up. >> how trump looks to gain votes in florida. the location of his newest campaign office is met with mixed emotions. the fox 13 11:00 news starts now.